mostly part-timers. long list of people who are going to do it. >> steve: let's look at some of the providers of food that are having a problem with this. you got denny's, papa john's, olive garden, white castle with the sliders, west gate resorts, hardee's, longhorn steak house, carl's junior, and red lobster. >> carl junior's ad i like in particular. but if you're running a restaurant operation, you got a choice. you can switch to part-timers and avoid this, or you can pay the fine, for not giving your employees full health care. that's $2,000 per employee, per year, or you can go for very expensive health care coverage, which raises your costs, reduces your profit, or you can push them all out and go onto this exchanges and you don't have the cost. >> steve: the interesting thing, though, the ironic thing is a lot of the people who work at these restaurants are younger people who feel i don't need insurance right now.